2 edition of Microbial control in the meat industry found in the catalog.
Microbial control in the meat industry
Concerted Action CT94-1456 of the EU research programme on Agriculture and Agro-industry, including Fisheries (AIR)(1991-1994).
|Statement||series editors: M.H. Hinton, G.C. Mead and Christine Rowlings. Vol.3, Decontamination of meat / volume editors...: J.E.L. Corry and G.C. Mead.|
|Series||Concerted action -- CT94-1456|
|Contributions||Hinton, M. H., Mead, G. C. 1934-, Rowlings, Christine., Corry, Janet E. L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
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